Dr. Rachael Berg-Martinez is a licensed clinical psychologist supervising at Cottonwood Psychology Center.
She has supervised in diverse settings including at a community mental health clinic, a university counseling center, and a non-profit counseling center. She is passionate about evidence-based, whole-client, and culturally-sensitive practice and supervision, taking both a practical and reflective approach.
She completed her Ph.D. at Rosemead School of Psychology, her APA internship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles with Project HEAL, the child trauma specialty program, and completed her post-doctoral fellowship with UCLA TIES for Families, a clinic that specializes in foster and adoptive children and families.
Dr. Berg-Martinez specializes in treating trauma in children and adults, including birth trauma, disruptive behaviors in young children, parent-child attachment and relationship issues, and those impacted by foster care and adoption. She has been trained in the following evidenced-based practices: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Incredible Years Parenting Program, Managing and Adapting Practices, the TIES Transition Model including Adoption-Specific Psychotherapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She pulls from all these areas with a foundation in attachment-based and relational psychodynamic theory when designing a treatment plan for her clients that honors their goals and needs, the scientific and theoretical literature, and the culture and values of the family.
To speak with Rachael about clinical supervision you can contact her directly at Rachael@cottonwoodpsychology.com.
Rachael of Cottonwood Psychology Center is proud to offer clinical supervising in Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Villa Park, Tustin, Santa Ana, Irvine, Orange and surrounding areas.